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Value Property Node for an array element: how do they work?

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Position is indeed element-dependent. And you can get to it relatively easily from the Array >> Value Change event:

 

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I guess that, assuming that a single element was modified at a time, which sounds reasonable, finding the index of the modified element would be easier by comparing old and new array value.

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@crossrulz wrote:

 You can set the active element with a property of the array (having trouble finding it at the moment).


Show me that and you'll get a kudo.

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@X. wrote:

@crossrulz wrote:

 You can set the active element with a property of the array (having trouble finding it at the moment).


Show me that and you'll get a kudo.


Not even close, but it works.

 

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@jcarmody: I am not sure this qualifies as a solution...

Your approach has the top left element sometimes fleetingly show a changing value (as it moves the intended element to be modified in this location instead of the one that was sitting there).

Moreover, if I add a Arr.Elem.Value at the bottom of the PN stack, I don't get the element that was just modified but the original (and still identical) top left value.

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